Brother Against Brother
America's New War Over Land Rights
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Brother Against Brother is an important book that is an intensive personal examination of a cultural war that has received too little attention. Conflicting government promises for land and water unfairly pit Americans, both tribal and non-tribal, against each other. Astonishingly, environmentalists exploit the conflict using their Nature First agenda even against the rights of the first protectors of the earth. Author Diana White Horse Capp calls for unity to bring brother together with brother to fight a common enemy, those who would take away rights to satisfy their idealogical ambitions. This book is an important social examination of what is taking place in rural America.
Merril Press, 9780939571222, 240pp.
Publication Date: January 1, 2010
About the Author
Diana White Horse Capp is a Native American who has spent her life fighting for social justice for Native Americans, both tribal and non-tribal. She holds a degree Visual Arts and Psychology from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.